Environmental Protection Agency
EPA Go Green newsletter
Great tips from the U.S. Department of Energy
America's Greenest Cities
Information and a listing of the top 50 greenest cities, ranked by POPSCI.com.
A series of audio files with tips on buying products, clean water, pesticide safety, and more. From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Make Every Day Earth Day!
Tips from the U.S. Department of Energy - a fun, interactive presentation.
Mother Earth News
Do-it-yourself, renewable energy, green homes, organic gardening, natural health,green transportation, nature & community, modern homesteading, sustainable farming, real food.
Working out at the Gym
Tips from the Sierra Club.
Green Guide for Everyday Living
by the National Geographic Society
How-tos, blogs, science news, eclectic mix of articles
Stay Warm, Save Money. Tips from the U.S. Department of Energyandhttp://www.heater-home.com/articles-efficient-green-homes.aspx -provided by afterskoolkids.org
Reduce your home energy bills - home information from U.S. Dept. Energy (.pdf in left column)
Guide to Home Energy Savings from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Free Hot Water by using solar energy! from Mother Earth News
Natural Resources Conservation Service - Backyard Conservation/USDA web site
Recycle your electronics - computers
Goodwill Industries and Dell Computer partner to accept and process old computers. Take them to Goodwill for recycling!
Stop Junk Mail!
Remove your name from many lists, including pre-screened credit offers and member organizations.
Rechargable Batteries - a good idea?
Mother Earth News article on using rechargable batteries (the answer is... yes!)
Personal Greenhouse Gas Emmissions Calulator
Use this online calculator to obtain an estimate of your personal greenhouse gas emissions or your family’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Lots of great information about taking steps at home to be green.
Sustainably Grown Food!
Use the Local Harvest website to find farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other goodies.
Organic Foods: Are they Safer? More nutritious?
Information about food and nutrition from the Mayo Clinic.
National Organic Program and other information about food on the USDA Agricultural marketing Service web site.
Share A Ride, save fuel, pollute less! Carpool, Vanpool, more!
from the U.S. Department of Energy: appliances, landscaping, winter, lighting, heating and cooling.
Students and Kids
Tips about Smart Energy Use
from the U.S. Department of Energy
Environmental Kids Club
Water, air, garbage, and other information for kids, teachers, and everyone! From the Environmental Protection Agency
Kids information on many topics, including the environment
From the U.S. government. Games and puzzles and information to read.